Yes, that’s a thing. At Capture Video, we spend a lot of time on construction sites and at manufacturing facilities. Towards the end of 2016, we completed our third video production for the Concrete Pressure Pipe Association called “Tapping Concrete Pipe Under Pressure.” I could spend a lot of time explaining what that means, or, to make things easier, I can show you. Ain’t video great?
I asked Richard Mueller, President and CEO of the American Concrete Pressure Pipe Association why he wanted to make this video. He said, “Concrete Pressure Pipe is a composite water pipe made of steel sheet, steel rods or wire, and concrete, so it is not immediately obvious how to connect to the pipe under pressure and not cause a serious leak or break. The members of the American Concrete Pressure Pipe Association, fittings fabricator JCM Industries, and valve supplier J&S Valve, Inc. decided to support a video that shows connecting to concrete pressure pipe is not difficult once you know the sequence.”
For those of us not in the pipe business, or distribution of large quantities of water around the country business, the translation is this – sometimes you need to tap, ie put a big hole in and connect a new section to, concrete pipe while it’s in use. Guess what? It’s not that hard so don’t worry about it! Rest assured, I did not write the script for this video!
Richard had this to add about working with Capture Video. “Our association has now completed three “info-videos” with Capture Video. Jessica at Capture Video has been helpful throughout the production process, she is great with the camera and computer, and delivers an excellent product at a reasonable price.”
I think, from now on, whenever any prospective clients ask why they should hire me, I will just say “I’m great with the camera and computer!” I’m liable to agree with that.
So, next time you need to produce a video about manufacturing, construction, or training on anything, call Jessica at Capture Video. I hear she’s great with a camera AND computer!